Yes, that’s right, you can now take that great manifesto that’s sitting on your computer that no publishing house wants to buy to the library and print it your own damn self. On Wednesday, the Grand Army Plaza branch of the Brooklyn Public Library installed the Espresso Book Machine, a do-dad that busts out your own work in five minutes for about $149, according to The Daily News. You can also print some books that you can’t find in the library. But does it print Kindles?
Gobble up some laughs, stretch your pants and your brain, take a tour of the Torah, bump and grind, and more ways to be thankful this weekend.
As of Friday, an extremely adorable and informative exhibit has taken up residence in the lobby of The Brooklyn Public Library's Central branch off...
Have your burrito bowl and feel morally righteous too, not that those two don't usually go together.